Those of us who write about social good on our blogs or share on social media want others to take part in this effort. We also want to help out causes that are important to us. I have found websites for social good that help you achieve this purpose.
- Causes – Share and discover social good causes that are your passion.
- Kiva – Lend money to entrepreneurs.
- Mashable Social Good – Mashable has a category just for social good. You can find the latest social causes and ways to help them.
- Mom Bloggers for Social Good – A community of bloggers who write and share about all types of causes.
- TwitChange – Bid on celebrities to retweet you tweets to raise money for social causes. You can also find how to spread the word about celebrity sponsors of charity events.
- Social Good Network – Sign up to give a percentage of your purchases to charities of your choice.
- +Social Good – Brings together a community of people including leaders in social causes to share issues and take action. They are also the founder of the Social Good Summit.
- Gates Foundation – Keep up with the inspiring work of Melinda and Bill Gates as they improve people’s lives around the globe.
- Click to Make a Difference – Find a nonprofit and click to make a donation.
- Amazon Smile – Shop through www.smile.amazon.com and Amazon makes a donation to the charity of your choice. There are over 1 million charitable organizations that take part in this program.
- Just Coz – Donate Tweets for a non-profit of your choice.
- Go Daddy Roundup for Charity – Round your purchase price for a donation.
- Hashtags on Twitter – Find 40 of the best hashtags for social good –
- GoodSearch – In place of your search engine, use Good Search to raise money for charities. You can shop, play online games and dine out too.
- The Market Place for Social Goods – Shop for unique items, that are often handmade. Donations are made from each purchase.
- Toms Shoes – Buy a pair of shoes and another pair is given to a person in need. You can now buy coffee and sunglasses for donations to charities.
- LinkedIn Volunteer Market Place – Find a volunteer opportunity.
- Crowdfunding Websites – There are so many of these websites that I can’t list them all. Use them to create a campaign to raise money for a nonprofit or a person in need. Please read about the fees involved, for example costs for using the site, a percentage of donations and percentage of the payment processor.
These are the websites for social good that I have researched and have been shared by other social good bloggers. Do you have any other sites to add?